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|This month we have two lovely island girls~|
| Sarah, from Orlando enjoys beach volleyball, swimming, and movies. She stays busy by raising a family and donating a lot of time volunteering for organizations she supports. A graduate of the University of Central Florida, she visits Siesta Beach several times a year. “Siesta Key is a peaceful, surreal beach – I love it!”
Photo by Trebor Britt
|LIVE ART ON SIESTA
Garrett Sweetman (29) of Bradenton exhibits his tattoos along the shoreline of spectacular Siesta Beach. He got his first tattoo when he was 12, and now has over 100 covering 85% of his body. His first was a dragon and his favorites are the ones on his head.Tattoos are more popular than ever.
Even Chuck Taylor entered the arena by producing a tattooed sneaker. Photo by Trebor Britt
|GAMES ON THE BEACH
Nigel Lewis (25) of Tampa
hoping to eliminate one of
his buckets during a friendly
game of beer pong on the
cool white sands of magnificent
Siesta Beach. He and his
brother challenged two friends
from Chicago and Cincinnati.
photo by Trebor Britt
|NO TUX JUST TAILS
Jayde Morgan, owner of
Siesta Key Mermaids, helping Allison Lose (22) of Bradenton, get into her shiny mermaid tail on beautiful Siesta Beach recently.
|ALL IN THE FAMILY
Allison Lose (22) of
Bradenton and her mom
Tracy Sanner of
St. Petersburg, sporting their
rented mermaid tails just
before hitting the crystal gulf
waters off Siesta Beach.
Allison has a degree in
communications from USF
and Tracy is a property
manager in St. Pete.
Photos by Trebor Britt
|SUMMER BEACH RUNSKids Summer Beach Runs are held every Tuesday at 6:30 PM on incredible Siesta Beach for ten consecutive weeks. A more serious run for adults and others usually follows at 7 PM. The runs are sponsored by the Manasota Track Club and each weeks run is just a little different. They begin in June and end in August. If you’ve never joined the hundreds who participate, you’re just not cool. And so sorry for you, you’re going to have to wait until June 2015 to be cool again. Photo by Trebor Britt|
by Trebor Britt
|Nadia McKinnon (kyak),
although a victim of cerebral palsy, is a five year veteran of triathlons. She’s enjoying a pre-race peptalk by Care 2 Tri volunteers while volunteer/competitor, Gary Fecher completes an important equipment and safety check prior to the swim portion of the Multirace Triathlon held
in the warm gulf waters off Siesta Beach. Nadia was the first participant when the organization was founded.
|Care 2 Tri Vice Pres., Stephanie Rodriguez
nearing the mounting
area of the bike race portion of the Multirace Triathlon.
She will pull Danny Frank through the
through Siesta Key.
|FUNDRAISING IS COOL
Bob’s Boathouse Operations
Manager, Christine Vale enjoying a cool moment as Bartender, Beauregard poor ice water over Assistant General Manager, Russ Swan during their recent
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge promotion. In a few hours, they raised $500 and Grill, Reflections by Diane, and Doctors Transport to do their part.
Swan and Vale are part of the new management team that is transforming the restaurant into the wonderful, fun place the Boathouse was on Siesta Key. They are committed to providing outstanding customer service and incredible food quality. Photo by Trebor Britt